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Places of Interest: 7 Examples of Turn-Of-The-Century Architecture

Turn-of-the-century architecture is well-known as for its elegant shapes, rich and detailed décor, as well as exclusive materials. Often combined with wide boulevards or impressive squares, these places enchant large European cities like few others. While in the previous episode of Places of Interest I introduced you to the most beautiful residential buildings from the period, this time, we explore Stockholm’s public architecture from the late 19th and early 20th century.Read more

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Places of Interest: 19th & Early-20th Century Architecture in Stockholm

European capitals have evolved over many centuries, in some cases even millennia. It is interesting to notice, though, that some eras were more prosperous than others, that some periods produced more art masterpieces and more legendary individuals than others. I believe that every architecture aficionado will tell you that buildings from the late 19th and the turn of the 20th century belong to the most beautiful these cities can offer.Read more

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Places of Interest: 10 Places To Admire Wall Anchors In Gamla Stan

Every unique historical environment must have its characteristic features that make it unique in the first place. The Old Town of Stockholm (Gamla Stan) is considered one of the most well-preserved medieval city centres in the world and as such, it offers a variety of these features to explore. Some of them might be fairly obvious while others require your close attention, which is why in this episode of Places of Interest, I help you discover the magic of the wall anchors in Stockholm’s Old Town.Read more